I just looked up st. Louis Mustangs and Bob and he has a really good reputation it's hard in the car industry to not have bad things people say about you but I couldn't find anything on this guy sounds like he does really nice work . And is also very good tuner.
Best? As in money doesn't matter, or the highest possible RWHP, or superb street manners?
First you need to figure out what is best for you. Because your best and my best are probably different.
After countless "tunes" and combinations. The best tune I found was the box stock Pro-M EFI for my turbo car.
Stock block @ 17.2psi and north of 600whp. Best street manners of any fox I ever owned.
But that comes in a sacrifice to "best" rwhp. Also in a sacrifice to the pocket book.
Someone's best might be the cheapest tune to get near maximum WOT performance.
I've been down the road of best rwhp, and for my opinion it ain't the best tune.
Because you live near me I'd suggest Todd @ APS. He will bring in Casey or Kyle and get your EEC to work very well. But to think a 20 year old computer is best, is only 1 persons opinion.
APS just did another local On3 fox. Made great numbers and great street manners.
I choose to buy a computer and not have to rely on anyone to tune my car. For me, that is best.
Great info i did call them but vocie mail was full.I was going to try back but with your post that makes me want to try and get ahold of them.im not looking for max rwhp just want it to run great and make it the best street car i can.Im surprised i keep hearing ok things about some of the on3 stuff.mine is a stock block with arp head studs and Tfs top end kit with a f-303 cam.
Warning. With pro-m the price you see is not what you will pay for a lot of people. You need to have a proper aftermarket fuel system and EVERYTHING has to be perfect. If it's not the system will find it and you will have to usually upgrade stuff to keep the Pro-m happy
The internet price is the price I paid.
Stock fuel system will be fine for a stock block. Just a 255 pump upgrade and that's it. If your feeling the need to go bigger, there are plenty of injector options out there.
The SN 95 fuel system is completely adequate.
But the bigger question is why wouldn't you want a system working properly? To think otherwise is a head scratcher...
Cool Rock Steady thanks for asking it's I believe it's an Aeromotive lph 340. I bought this car a month ago but that's what the paperwork says everything else that I can see on the car seems to match the paper work.
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